Thursday, 26 September 2019

NHS will not pay for 'life-changing' migraine drug

NHS will not pay for 'life-changing' migraine drug A migraine drug that has been described as "life changing" by some patients will not be made available on the NHS outside of Scotland.

Erenumab - also known by the name Aimovig - is one of the first bespoke migraine drugs in decades and has been described by doctors as a "huge deal".

But the body that approves new drugs said there were doubts whether it was good enough or worth the money. BBC News

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